Unique Souvenirs at Walt Disney World

THE BOATHOUSE sells rubber duckies in Disney Springs, WDW.

Whether you are a first time visitor or a die-hard repeat guest, you’ve probably stood at a store’s counter during a Walt Disney World visit and purchased Mickey Ears or a WDW t-shirt. At least once!

Find Unique Souvenirs at Walt Disney World

When it’s time to bring home a piece of the magic for yourself or a loved one back at home, consider looking for unique souvenirs.

For the Chef in your family, any Ratatouille item would be welcome.

A travel mug for Ratatouille fans
Ratatouille Travel Mug

THE BOATHOUSE in Disney Springs sells merchandise for boating fans. I’m partial to these themed rubber duckies!

THE BOATHOUSE sells rubber duckies in Disney Springs, WDW.
Themed Rubber Duckies at THE BOATHOUSE

Instead of grabbing the first Mickey mug that catches your eye, consider collecting items specific to your favorite Walt Disney World resort.

Stay at All-Star Music, All-Star Movies, or All-Star Sports at Walt Disney World and take home a souvenir.
All-Star Resort Mug

Memento Mori in the Magic Kingdom shelves some interesting items for fans of the Haunted Mansion. How about some wine glasses for your next dinner party?

The Haunted Mansion's specialty shop, Memento Mori, in the Magic Kingdom sells fun merchandise. Get a unique souvenir.
Wine glasses from Memento Mori.

Epcot can keep shoppers (like myself) happy all day! Look through World Showcase for a multitude of goodies. Maple syrup from Canada is a delicious treat to take home with you.

The Canada pavilion at Epcot in Walt Disney World sells delicious maple syrup.
Maple syrup sold in Epcot’s Canada pavilion.

Feeling sporty? The United Kingdom in Epcot sells balls for soccer/football fans.

Rose and Crown themed soccer balls are sold in Epcot's United Kingdom
It’s “game on” with this Rose and Crown themed soccer ball.

Outdoorsy types will love this folding chair complete with side table and cup holder. Great for camping, tailgating, or hanging out in the back yard!

Disney's Fort Wilderness sells unique merchandise like this camping chair.
Relax outdoors!

Yep, it’s not all Mickey themed merchandise. We’ll be back with more unique items soon.

What do you shop for in Walt Disney World?

Kimberly LaPaglia

Kimberly shared her passion for Disney when she was selected for the inaugural Walt Disney World Moms Panel and then as the first Disney Cruise Line panelist. As a Disney Mom, she helped countless families plan their own dream-filled journeys. Blending her love for research, travel, and writing, Kim has been an editor for Disney Food Blog for nearly 8 years. At The Castle Concierge, she blogs about travel, parenting, celebrations, and the road to empty nesting.

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